The article Arresting Corruption in the Police: The global experience of police corruption reform efforts focuses on the phenomenon of corruption in one of the authorities of security and public order, the police. The article states that if corruption is already a dangerous phenomenon in society, it is even more so when it is the police itself that is corrupt, because the police should be the guardian of the rules and norms that we agree to live under.
In this regard, the article analyzes police corruption and looks at the reforms that have been taken to confront it, and is the result of a survey of the global experience of police anti-corruption reforms. The article also presents a vision of how systematic analysis of police corruption should be done, through a “police typology” and looks at examples of police reform in ten countries around the globe
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Author: Mark Pyman, James Cohen, Matt Boardman, Ben Webster, Nick Seymour
Promoter Entity: Transparency International – Defense & Security Programme.